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... him some time to do. We were searching for the Thomas Moore Tavern to dine but took many wrong directions walking through the streets. We finally found but they were closed but ready to open again in couple hours. So we saw a cute bistro called Green Acres that we had to find again & did and had a lovely lunch & pint & wine. We returned to the jeweler & met his wife and picked up our rings. She showed us a beautiful piece that she ...
... lovely to see Karen and Godfrey properly and Gabrielle - had a lovely chat and talked about their new house and plans. Sounds very exciting! Came back for a pasta bow beef tea ( not olive sauce but still v nice) and gradually wound the kids down for a not too late night. Hank went out and took some photos of the wind farm which is very close and we sat and watched puss in boots. Hoping for another good nights ...
... Museum is also to be found in the same complex. It displays an extensive collection of machinery relating to rural life in Ireland in the 19th and 20th centuries. It also includes a very informative exhibition about the Great Famine from 1845/50 The suffering and decimation of the people was immense and that came across quite poignantly. Easy to equate it to the global hardship, wretchedness and oppression still being identified today. We made our way to the St. Margaret's ...
... stood for a moment trying to take it all in. Just down the road was the John F. Kennedy Arboretum. If we had a couple hours it would have been an excellent time, but we were getting hungry and still hadn't made it to Wexford. So we walked around for a bit, admiring Eucalyptus trees and strange looking flowers before driving up to the look-out point on top of the hill. We could see for 25km! It was so beautiful up there and so peaceful. Again, if we had a couple hours ...
... majestically above the surrounding landscape and it was quite a walk up to the top level to reach the Blarney Stone.
It was all very well organised though with one way up and one way down so very safe in that respect but the winding roped staircase on the way up with people in front and behind you gave me a bit of vertigo as well as claustrophobia.
Once we reached the top battlements everyone stood in line to take their turn at kissing the ...